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Trustees

The National Energy Foundation is controlled by an independent Board of Trustees and managed on a day-to-day basis by its Chief Executive and staff based in Milton Keynes.

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Dr Mary Archer DBE
Dame Mary is a former academic with research interests in physico-chemical aspects of solar energy conversion. She was previously Chair of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for 10 years and is a Visitor of the University of Hertfordshire, a board member of the Britten Sinfonia and President of both the UK Solar Energy Society and the Guild of Church Musicians. In June 2002, she was awarded the Melchett Medal by the Energy Institute.

Dr Archer is the author of Rupert Brooke and The Old Vicarage (1989) and co-editor of Clean Electricity from Photovoltaics (2001), Molecular to Global Photosynthesis (2004) and The 1702 Chair of Chemistry at Cambridge (2005). She was our Chair between 1988 and 2000, and was awarded the DBE in the 2012 Birthday Honours. In 2013, she became a Director and Chair of the Board at .

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John Walker - BSc DipTP HonD'Arts
John has over 35 years' experience of large-scale development including experience at Chief Executive and board level. He was previously our Chair and, in addition to now being our President, he is an independent Board member of the Milton Keynes Development Partnership and an Associate Director of Garden City Developments CIC.

John has previously chaired the SEMLEP Property Development Group, the Green Gauge Trust and the Central Milton Keynes Delivery Board. He has also been Chief Executive of the British Urban Regeneration Association and the Commission for the New Towns. John's initial connection with sustainable energy was at the Milton Keynes Development Corporation where, as Planning Director, he led the development of the Milton Keynes Energy Park, which in turn resulted in the establishment of the National Energy Foundation in 1988.

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Liz Reason 
Stewart Fergusson
Liz Male MBE (Chair)
Andrew Wordsworth

Liz Reason - BA MSc
Liz was the Managing Director of the Green Gauge Trust, a not-for-profit organisation, which aimed to mainstream the knowledge and skills for low-energy, low-carbon buildings. Its Green Stripes programme encapsulated the core curriculum for understanding the key principles and practices for delivering low-energy, low-carbon buildings.

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Liz has been a Trustee of the National Energy Foundation since 2006 and is also a Trustee of the charity, . In April 2012, Liz was appointed to the Knowledge & Skills Working Group of the BIS Green Construction Board. From 2010 to 2013 she was on the Development Panel of Octavia Housing. Between 2004 and 2009, Liz was Director of the AECB’s CarbonLite, a programme of energy and carbon literacy for a sustainable built environment. In 2009-2010, she helped to set up what is now the Passivhaus Trust. Liz has been both an adviser and an assessor for a number of Technology Strategy Board buildings competitions. In 2008-2009, she was a member of the government’s Eco-towns Challenge Panel. Formerly, Liz was Director of ILEX Energy Consulting Ltd, one of Europe’s leading energy market specialists, and advised commercial and government clients in the UK and Europe on a wide range of issues on the electricity market, and latterly the carbon market. She has also been the Managing Director of a successful wind developer.

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Stewart Fergusson - MA FRSA
Stewart began his working life as a research historian at universities in the UK and Canada, specialising in urban history. He became involved with housing associations in Coventry and the Midlands in the late 1970s at Coventry Churches Housing Association.

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He was Managing Director of Touchstone Housing Association and then Orbit Heart of England. Stewart retired in 2013. He is a founder member of The Housing Quality Network and Common Purpose Coventry. He has been a Governor of Coventry University, where he chaired the Estates Committee, and a member of Coventry's Local Strategic Partnership, where he chaired the Housing Theme Group. He was a member of TRECO, a collaboration of UK, Swedish and Dutch housing organisations interested in sustainable housing. He also chaired the Energy Conservation and Environmental Sustainability Exchange part of the International Housing Partnership, a collaboration of UK, Canadian and Australian not-for-ptofit housing companies. At Orbit he led the development of one of the UK's first 'PassivHaus' social housing schemes and he is author of UK Housing Associations and Sustainability. Stewart now works part-time as a housing consultant. He is a Fellow of the RSA, a member of Coventry and Warwickshire Champions and Chairman of the Trustees of Coventry's Belgrade Theatre.

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Liz Male MBE - FCIPR FIIC
Liz is a public relations and marketing consultant with specialist knowledge and expertise in property, construction and sustainability in the built environment. Her connections with the National Energy Foundation go back to 1989.

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Since 2011, Liz has been the Chairman of , the Government-backed scheme that helps homeowners find reputable firms to repair, maintain and improve their homes. In July 2013, she was appointed to the Construction Leadership Council to oversee implementation of the joint industry/Government industrial . Liz is a co-opted member of the Chartered Institute of Building Policy & External Relations Board. She is a Fellow of both the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and the Institute of Internal Communications, and serves on the Chartered Institute of Public Relations' Professional Standards Panel. Liz is also an experienced facilitator trained in stakeholder dialogue, and a specialist in the use of art and graphics in facilitating business meetings. In 2015, she was awarded an MBE for her work with TrustMark and for services to the construction industry.

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Andrew Wordsworth - MEng
Andrew is a founder and Managing Director of Sustainable Venture Development Partners (Sustainable Ventures). Sustainable Ventures works with investors, entrepreneurial managers and corporate sector partners to originate, build and grow low-carbon businesses.

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Andrew has been behind the launch of over 15 low-carbon ventures, which have attracted over £250m in equity commitments from investors, corporates and the UK Government. These include: E-Car Club, the UK’s first all-electric pay-per-hour car club; Sustainable 西甲直播吧 Survey, the first Community Interest Company to be certified as a Green Deal Assessor Organisation; and Powervault, which is seeking to disrupt the domestic electricity storage industry. Prior to establishing Sustainable Ventures, Andrew had over 15 years' experience in the energy and climate change sector; including roles with Esso, Bain & Co, ADL and as Managing Director of Carbon Trust Enterprises.

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